Agartala: BJP National President JP Nadda is scheduled to arrive here on August 27 on a two-day visit to Tripura to oversee organisational activities ahead of the Assembly Polls next year, a senior party leader said on Wednesday.
The visit is also important given the recent change in guard in the state Cabinet.
Nadda will be on a two-day visit to Tripura beginning on August 27 to see the party’s preparedness for the 2023 Assembly elections, state party vice-president Rebati Tripura said.
During the visit, Nadda will hold meetings of the party’s officer bearers and the core committee to check organisational activities in the poll bound state.
We are trying to organise a rally of the party’s frontal organisation which will be addressed by Naddji. Besides, he may sit with IPFT leaders for the electoral understanding for the Assembly polls, Tripura said.
Nadda had cancelled visits to the state twice due to the Covid pandemic.
Chief Minister Manik Saha, who had been on a two-day visit to Delhi earlier this month, had met Nadda and briefed him about the prevailing political scenario in the state and organisational activities.
BJP had recently organised a three-day training programme at Kumarghat in Unakoti district. BJP state in-charge Vinod Sonkar, former Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and senior party leaders had taken part in it.
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